It’s the two best words in sports: Game 7.
Sports fans around the country are in for a treat tonight as the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs face off in a winner take all game for the NBA Championship.
After four consecutive blowouts in Games 2-5, Game 6 was one for the ages. It had everything you ever wanted in a finals game.
So after all the craziness that has been this year’s NBA Finals, there is only one thing we know for sure, and that is that no one really knows what to expect in tonight’s game. But here’s how I see Game 7 playing out.
If any other team in the league had choked in Game 6, I would immediately write them off in Game 7. However, San Antonio’s next play mentality makes them the one team that may actually be able to rebound from such an emotional loss.
If San Antonio is going to win tonight, Tim Duncan is going to have to have another huge game. Duncan had 25 points in the first half of Game 6, but only 5 points in the second half and overtime. One of the reaso...